The Alyth Choral Society is a registered charity, number 293529, and rehearses at the North Western Reform Synagogue, Alyth Gardens, London NW11 7EN at 8pm every Tuesday in school term time. Information from firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Director Vivienne Bellos
Accompanist Kelvin Thomson
For 30 years the Alyth Choral Society has been recognised as occupying a unique place in the UK’s vibrant choral scene. The Society was founded by Viv Bellos in 1983 and is the only UK choir to specialise in music based on Tanach (the Hebrew Bible). Alyth Choral Society has had many works composed for it, including the cantatas Death of Moses and Ruth by Julian Dawes, an honorary Life Friend of the Society. The Society has performed at national venues including the Royal Festival Hall, Barbican, St John’s, Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St Paul’s.
Elijah March 2013
Under the leadership of its previous music director and conductor, Michael Etherton, the choir explored an exciting range of new repertoire, including theatre music and contemporary works, while continuing to develop its traditional strengths in cantata and oratorio.